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- Join Date
- Jun 2006
Screenshots of a computer display
At the BIOS, level I don't think u can. However at the OS level there are a few diff ways. For example u can use remote connection to view what the person is doing, or use VNC for that but that'll show "live" what the user is doing. Taking screen shots, u can get a specific type of a "keylogger" that has the capabilities of taking shots of the screen
The only good way I can think of is to use VMWare or something like that and take the screenshots with the host OS.Flies of a particular kind, i.e. time-flies, are fond of an arrow.
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Yes, VmWare is awsome for this kind of thing. I've used it a few times to take screen shots of installation procedures and that sort of thing. Plus, the server is now free for both linux and windows.
- Join Date
- Sep 2007
A possible high quality solution would involve a RGB to S-Video converter available at stores, get your video card output (a splitter is possible in the middle to fork to standard display) to a such converter and then insert to second PC with a VIVO card, and record the video signal with capturing software. This way you can record everything including BIOS screen, and everything else.